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6-02-2011 @ 5:48PM
For the 38mil health spider, why couldn't you sic your pet on him, let it die, ice block him, res your pet, wait til ice block wears off, sic your pet, repeat repeat repeat, ice block, dismiss pet, then tame?Seems a lot faster than the 40 minute kite fest this guy did.
6-02-2011 @ 5:50PM
Because he's Immune to Ice Trap?
6-02-2011 @ 6:00PM
How do you know this? From the PTR? It doesn't say up above, and I saw no mention of Ice Trap immunity in the post of the guy that tamed it.
6-02-2011 @ 6:06PM
It does not say he is immune to block him. He very well may be but I do not see that stated anywhere. I imagine he is though because I am sure the hunter referenced would have tried that. I would rather take necessary number of guildies to sacrifice themselves via Have Group Will Travel.
6-02-2011 @ 6:07PM
Most of the others are immune to ice trap and this guy specifically says "Gains speed when he isn't being damaged" so ice trapping him for 90+ seconds is likely a death sentence as he'll be too fast to keep away from.
6-03-2011 @ 10:59AM
I think thats what the hunter actually did, minus the traps, in his second strategy... he kept his distance in order for him to have enough time to res the pet, too. Nice thread and explanations by the guy who did it, many kudos to him
6-03-2011 @ 1:11PM
In that case you could pair up with a hunter buddy to have two sacrificial pets to throw at it. Sure, you'd have to do it twice - unless you bring a Warlock instead. I mean, sure, they gotta be good for SOMETHING, right?
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